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A line of storms leaves damage in its wake throughout Siouxland


Dark clouds rolled in Sunday afternoon, bringing heavy rain, wind, and hail.

There are reports of trees down in many Siouxland towns. In Cedar and Pierce counties, fire officials say a gustnado knocked down power lines and uprooted trees near Pierce and Randolph, Nebraska. 

Winds picked up a camper at the Blue Ox Campground in Pender, Nebraska, blowing it 30-40 feet.

Minor damage reports are coming in from all three Siouxland states.

The wind was clocked at 60 miles per hour in Ida County, Iowa, and 68 miles per hour in Plymouth County, Iowa.  Gusts got to 64 miles per hour in Woodbury County.  Quarter-size hail also reportedly fell in Yankton, South Dakota, which got two inches of rain.  A sheet metal building was also blown onto the road at the intersection of Highway 46 and US 81.

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